A local drinking institution that retains its traditional decor - a proper East End boozer with plenty of character in Millennium Park.
Submitted by Andrew
Skateboarding through Victoria Park is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Possibly heading to Broadway Market after to find coffee and more than likely after a few skateboard tricks, a pharmacy.
Submitted by Daisy
A great place to grab a coffee, freshly prepared snacks or cake, while overlooking one of Victoria Park's lakes.
Submitted by Andrew
I love the beginner swing dance classes at The Royal Inn on the Park every Tuesday. The classes are fun, the teachers and students are friendly and the dancing is great! A great way to meet new people, get some exercise and, of course, learn to dance.
Submitted by Stef
Hidden gem, relaxed environment, friendly staff and great food!
Submitted by Karen
Open every Sunday, you can enjoy a Sunday walk in the park and have a bite to eat and a pint in the middle of it! Great day out with family or friends on a nice and sunny day.
Submitted by Michal
On the doorstep of Victoria Park and Stratford within the Olympic Park - the world's tallest tunnel slide. Not your average Helter Skelter and not for the faint hearted!
Submitted by Daren
Britain's largest piece of art, you can buy tickets to go up and view London from the top, as well as abseil down and hire it out for private events.
Submitted by Simon
A Shorditch-y looking bar on Stratford's High Street next to the water. If you want to have a drink with friends where you can actually hear them talk, this is the place!
Submitted by Martin
As well as an arena for sporting events, you can use the gym facilities too.
Submitted by Simon
London Aquatics Centre is the most technologically advanced and stunning swimming facility in the world and part of the 2012 London Olympic legacy.
Submitted by Simon
The perfect place to play outdoor games with kids or friends, have a romantic picnic or for a good cardio workout - amazing scenery of both nature and modern architecture.
Submitted by Gerald
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"The Hokey-Cokey started life as a cockney dance that became popular in the 1940s."
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I love Bow because it's a quiet, green and peaceful area whilst being situated in Zone 2 with access to numerous tube / DLR / bus routes (including the night tube at Mile End station). I work in Canary Wharf and wanted somewhere with an easy commute yet also being well situated for weekends out in central London. My dad (who admittedly deplores London and city life in general) has even referred to my place as "a quiet, green oasis amongst the big smoke" - if that's not an endorsement, I don't know what is!
E3 is so friendly as when we first moved in, the neighbourhood welcomed us in and we settled in so easily it was like we never even moved. Plus you would never see such great community spirit. and it is a great place for kids to live as it is right to Victoria park. Also it is next to Roman road market for all you shopping lovers.
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Bow is quiet and safe, lovely surrounding area with brick houses and typical British streets full of green trees,and still in quick reach of East & Central London,the places where I go out,work and study.
Perfect links to Everywhere with District, Hammersmith and City and DLR. Commutes to Jubilee in 1 stop and Central line in 2 stops.You can be Anywhere in zones 1, 2 and 3 in less than 30 mins.
Bow is very well located for transport being close to mile end station for fast central line access to the west end and city. It is also on the district/Hammersmith lines from bow station allowing direct access to main railway stations. Locally, the Stratford Olympic park is just 10 minutes away by bus for swimming and badminton and great walks, kids playgrounds and Stratford Westfield shopping centre. For more upmarket entertainment Victoria park and the village are about 25 minutes walk with some brilliant village bars, restaurants and pubs. The park itself is great for running. The down side of the are is mile end road which is very busy for traffic and lots of poorly qualified drivers always driving along it. Great road access to Stansted airport which is about 30-40 minutes drive.
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E3 is the postcode district in East London incorporating the areas of Bow, Bromley-by-Bow, Old Ford, Mile End, Three Mills, London Gas Museum. The local authorities covering E3 are Tower Hamlets, Newham. The postcode area does not cover all of east London; the remainder is covered by the RM (Romford) and IG postcode areas.
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